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Sustainability initiatives[edit]

Initiatives by topic[edit]

Community energy[edit]

Wikipedia: Solar power in Colorado, Wind power in Colorado

Cycling activism[edit]

Bike information form the City of Boulder - Community Cycles

Wikipedia:

Bike paths in Colorado (category)
Boulder, Cycling: Boulder, well known for its bicycle culture, boasts hundreds of miles of bicycle-pedestrian paths, lanes, and routes that interconnect to create a renowned network of bikeways usable year-round. Boulder has 74 bike and pedestrian underpasses that facilitate safer and uninterrupted travel throughout much of the city. The city offers a route-finding website that allows users to map personalized bike routes around the city. In May, 2011, B-cycle bike-sharing opened in Boulder with 100 red bikes and 12 stations.

Food activism[edit]

more video: "Growing Our Urban AgriCULTURE" Grow Local Colorado potluck, 2010

Boulder food rescue - Grow Local Colorado - LocalFoodShift.com

Open spaces[edit]

Colorado is home to four national parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas, two national historic sites, three national historic trails, one national scenic trail, 11 national forests, two national grasslands, 41 national wilderness areas, two national conservation areas, eight national wildlife refuges, 44 state parks, 307 state wildlife areas, and numerous other scenic, historic, and recreational areas. [1]

Sharing[edit]

Denver Tool Library

Sustainable transport activism[edit]

GO Boulder - Wikipedia: Hiking trails in Colorado (category)

News and comment[edit]

2017

Community Reacts To Solar Farm: 'Hey, I’m Not Polluting', Sep 20 [2]

Denver to Get its First Tiny House Village for the Homeless, Jul 6 [3]

5 Ways the Denver Public Library Supports the City's Homeless Population, Jun 8 [4]

2016

“Boulder Commits To Going 100 Percent Renewable” Sep 1 [5]

Pedal-power and Precision Revolutionize Food Rescue in Boulder, Jul 26 [6]

2015

Colorado Man Transforms Backyards into Micro Farms, October 12 [7]

Resources[edit]

Citizens data initiative[edit]

Energy Profile for Colorado

Maps[edit]

Maps of Boulder's Transportation System

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Colorado, Water in Colorado


References

This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
The list of authors can be seen in the history, link via drop down menu at top left of page.

  1. wikipedia:Colorado#Protected areas
  2. denver.cbslocal.com
  3. @Shareable
  4. @Shareable
  5. thinkprogress.org
  6. resilience.org
  7. seedstock.com


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